Presentations

MIMO in Theory and Practise – Art-Based Methods in Well-Being and Multiprofessional Teamwork

February 27th-28th 2013

Seminar presentations

Art and culture for wellbeing – Introduction to the field
Anu Laukkanen
PhD, project researcher, University of Turku

Interprofessional collaboration as a developmental process
Katariina Pärnä
Head of Program Development
Doctor of Social Sciences
MLL:n Lasten ja Nuorten Kuntoutussäätiö

MIMO Presentations

Soveltavan taiteen menetelmiä sosiaali- ja nuorisotyöhön (in Finnish)
by Johanna Krappe and Anna Tonteri
(Turku Youth Council, Turku, Finland, 10.12.2013)

MIMO in Salo
by Sari Kallio-Kökkö
(MIMO partner meeting, Tallinn, Estonia, 3.12.2013)

MIMO Prezi: Taidelähtöisiä työpajoja (in Finnish)
as part of Turku University of Applied Sciences’ RDI 2013 presentation

Soveltavan taiteen menetelmiä sosiaali- ja nuorisotyöhön (in Finnish)
by Terttu Parkkinen
(MIMO Round Table, Turku, Finland, 19.11.2013)

Street of Hope 1”: Theatre club offering young people taken into custody a chance to be seen positively
by Johanna Krappe and Anna Tonteri
(Culture, Health and Well-being conference, Bristol, UK, 24-26.6.2013)

Its is OK to Stay Sober by Sari Kallio-Kökkö, Johanna Krappe, Irmeli Leino & Anna Tonteri
(Professionals of mental health nursing, 2nd European Conference on Mental Health Nursing, Hotel Caribia, Turku, 23.-24.5.2013)

Moniammatillisuuden oppiminen MIMOssa (flyer in Finnish)
Unofficial translation also available in English Learning Multiprofessional Working Methods in MIMO
by Anna Tonteri
(Sadonkorjuu seminar in Finland, 3.10.2012)

Presenting MIMO
by Johanna Krappe
(Central Baltic Steering Committee Meeting in Estonia, 18.4.2012)

What is MIMO? by David Yoken
(Nordplus seminar in Riga, Latvia, 5.4.2011)